Students working on their master’s in global security can pursue a cybersecurity concentration. You’ll learn about important challenges facing the diplomatic, intelligence and military communities. By focusing on international cybersecurity, you can better understand the growing threat landscape faced by countries around the world.

The Master of Arts in global security is designed to empower graduates of the program with the capacity to understand and analyze the complex nature of conflict and global security challenges while developing specific tools, skills and insights to influence appropriate policies and programs for the future. A total of 30 program hours are required.

The Master of Arts in International Affairs and Leadership, offered by the School of Politics and Global Studies, empowers students to be future leaders in the global arena.

Learn to understand how voters think about politics and the response to political information, and how to effectively organize local, state and federal political campaigns.

You will receive a rigorous introduction to graduate study in political science through this program. Within the four main sub-fields of the discipline, you can craft a program that meets your individual interests. You will also enjoy a very low student-to-faculty ratio.

Gain a strong foundation in research methods and substantive content for advanced, postgraduate study of political science. Our very low student-to-faculty ratio provides you exceptional opportunities for research collaboration and guidance throughout the doctoral program.